Welcome to the Village of Blacks Harbour



  Monday, June 27, 2016
5:30 pm - 7:30 pmMulticulturalism Day in Canada
Join us as we celebrate with finger foods and entertainment at the Blacks Harbour School Gym
 Friday, July 1, 2016
12:00 pm - 2:00 pmCanada Day Celebrations at Main Street Park
National Anthem and Flag Raising Ceremony
Barbeque and Cake
Children's Activities
5:00 pm - 7:00 pmCanada Day Concert in the Park featuring Eloie Richard
and a special surprise

Our celebrations are sponsored by the Village of Blacks Harbour, Canadian Heritage and the Multicultural Association of Charlotte County

 Blacks Habour Municipal Council 

 

May 25, 2016:  The newly elected Municipal Council for the Village of Blacks Harbour was sworn in on Monday 25, 2016.

Front Row (left to right): Carolyn Breau, Mayor Terry James, Natalie Harris

Back Row (left to right): Adam Hatt, Mike Chase, David Mahar



Register for the Blacks Harbour Public Alert System

Residents are advised that there is a new public alert system for Blacks Harbour called Sentinel.  This system will be used in the future to inform the public of major water system disruptions, such as a Boil Order, extended power outages or any other significant situation.  Door-to-door notices will not be used in the future.  Once registered for the system, residents will receive an automated phone message, text message or email with the necessary information.  

If anyone requires assistance registering for the system, please call or visit us at the Municipal Office and we will be glad to help.  Please click here to register.



Community Calendar

Do you have an event, game or practice you would like to have included in our Community Calendar?  If so, please email your information to info@blacksharbour.ca and we will include it on our website.

 

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Did you know that you can pay your water and sewer bill on-line?

The Village of Blacks Harbour is pleased to offer on-line payments through Bank of Montreal, Bayview Credit Union, CIBC, Presidents Choice and Scotiabank.  For customers wishing to pay by credit card, this can be done through the Service New Brunswick web-site.